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If you haven't heard it yet, tune in to Our Town on KPTZ. Host Maryanne McNellis interviews your friends, neighbors, local celebrities and previously unknowns alike. Get to know the unique people that comprise our special town.
The next episode of Our Town will feature Steve Williams, who heads up the State Farm Insurance office in Port Townsend. Steve explains to Maryanne that most people don't have the right kind of insurance. We all buy home insurance because the lender insists on it and we buy car insurance because the state says we need to buy it. But we overlook the types of insurance that could save us from going bankrupt and losing it all. Listen to Steve simplify what you need and what you don't need. The show will air on December 9 and December 11.
As part of our ongoing series on the Compass about local efforts to build sustainability and resilience in the face of global climate change, we visit with two of the founders of Local 20/20, the loose-knit organization that for almost a decade has led the way.
From the first blush of a romance through the many aspects of love and heartbreak - join Dalana and 'Music To My Ears' on Wednesday, November 12th from 4 to 5 pm. and again on Saturday, November 15th from 1 to 2 pm. This hour will take you along with 14 artists who've been through all the highs and lows of romance, and share their experiences through their music. Someone's song is bound to make you smile, dance, laugh or cry.
Marcia Perlstein, host of Pleasures and Treasures, Under the Rainbow, and PT Film Festival Interviews, will be honored at the 2014 Port Townsend Arts Commission's Angel of the Arts Ceremony on Friday November 7th from 5-7pm at Cotton Building.
Join us in honoring Marcia's service to our community. We're so proud of her.
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